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A view of Hurricane Beryl from the International Space Station. The hurricane is a big white circle of clouds, with spiral arms visible at far right and bottom middle. The surrounding water is various shades of blue: lighter blue at the top and deeper blue at the bottom of the photo. Earth's curve is visible in the back, up against the darkness of space.

Studying Hurricane Beryl from Space

NASA astronaut Matthew Dominick captured this image of Hurricane Beryl in the Caribbean on July 1, 2024, while aboard the International Space Station, and posted it to X. The Category 4 hurricane had winds of about 130 mph (215 kph).

Image Credit: NASA/Matthew Dominick

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